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... but I wasn't sure if such a low dose is doing these things to me or if I need to look in another direction. ... (17 replies)
... blockers. Has anyone had experience taking a low dose of betas? ... (18 replies)
... diabetes thing has been debating in the "low dose beta blocker" thread... as with everything these days you have to take the good with the bad it seems. ... (11 replies)

... I blamed this on the Norvasc I was taking. Beta blockers slow your heart rate so fluid was collecting in my lower extremities, I read in a british journal where beta blockers should be discontinued, because there was strong correalation between beta blockers and early onset of adult diabetes. ... (18 replies)
... Hi Jana, Great b/p-so happy for you that you could get such a response from the meds. As far as your meds & diabetes, all you have to do is make sure your Dr. is checking your blood glucose every 6 months at the very least. I'm on a very high dose of a alpha/beta blocker & haven't had a problem with my blood glucose (mild family history of diabetes). Make sure you do the... (18 replies)
... blocker of 25 m.g. I believe is the lowest dose you can get. I take Atenenol 50 m.g. which is not high either. I find I have no problem with it. ... (18 replies)
... Too bad more people are not aware of the beta-blocker/diabetes connection. I can't understand why a drug with such a potential for causing a life long affliction is allowed to remain on the market. In 1985 I was given Tenormin (Atenolol) for elevated blood pressure. After a year of feeling "drug out" and completely blah, I weaned myself off it, but too late, by that time I... (18 replies)
... The beta blockers have been around for many, many years and while some people do have side effects, the likelihood is small. ... (18 replies)
Low BP
Jul 4, 2011
... I agree with flutterbye..... when my systolic is low it never goes below 90 and if 187 is your resting pulse, not good. ... (9 replies)
... I was started on the bisoprolol beta blocker last September following an episode of acute pulmonary oedema that was thought to have accompanied a heart attack. I was on 1. ... (2 replies)
... were due to a MVP and for migraine prevention and took it every night before I went to sleep. It worked well, and my blood pressure had always been normal, even low at times. ... (3 replies)
... That is really interesting that the beta blocker made your pressure go up. You know your body and I congratulate you for being willing to try different things. ... (14 replies)
... Hours and hours, days and days. The medical stuff can be difficult to read. Right now I've got six web pages open about Coreg. I'm trying to find out about interactions with my other medications, especially with Verapamil. Coreg makes for a very powerful and beneficial combination with an Ace Inhibitor and Digoxin, which I am on. But what happens when Verapamil is added to the... (51 replies)
... I had to go through a withdrawal, weaning off an 800mg dose of Labetalol. As ACE suggested in his post, it is a very difficult thing for some of us to do. ... (30 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear that the new beta blocker is not without side effects. How dissapointing that must be for you! Whether or not it has only few side effects depends on whom you believe. ... (42 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear that the new beta blocker is not without side effects. How dissapointing that must be for you! Whether or not it has only few side effects depends on whom you believe. ... (42 replies)
... The beta blocker makes it so hard to lose weight. Thanks for the responses. ... (14 replies)
... ch person till you try it. If your current med isn't keeping your BP under control, you could ask your doctor about trying something different or adding a small dose of a beta blocker and see what happens. ... (6 replies)
... ad weights, so she switched me to a calcium channel blocker, amlodipine 2.5 mg. The dr. and the pharmacist told me I could just stop the metoprolol since it was low dose. However, I had been educating myself over the past month and every book and website stated not to do that. So I halved the dose and felt OK. ... (67 replies)
... I eat five high fiber, low calorie meals per day, and three, low calorie, snack meals per day. ... (51 replies)


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